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Epidemic occurrence of acute diffuse glomerulonephritis in civil life is rare, and only a few instances1 have been reported in which several members of a family have developed the disease simultaneously or in close succession. The familial epidemic described in this paper affected six of...
Five years ago, while I was resident at the Research and Educational Hospital of the University of Illinois, a woman with Fröhlich's syndrome was treated with various pituitary preparations. During the treatment, she developed a luxuriant hair growth, in addition to regaining her normal...
Dr. S. E. J., aged 43, came for consultation, complaining of difficulty of urination. Ten days before, he had had retention of urine, necessitating catheterization. Following this first catheterization he was able to void but could not empty his bladder satisfactorily and had therefore...
THE NEW ORLEANS SESSION
Application Blanks for the Scientific Exhibit
Circular letters containing information on the Scientific Exhibit for the 1932 session, together with the application blanks, have been mailed. The final date for filing...
Mrs. S. T. B., aged 29, an American housewife, was referred to me because of a severe dermatitis of the right upper eyelid of six weeks' duration and a milder inflammatory involvement of the left upper eyelid of a few days' duration.
The swelling and redness were so marked on the right upper lid...
The observation that perihepatic adhesions are to be found at times in patients who also have gonorrheal salpingitis was first made by Curtis,1 a little more than a year ago. Since such adhesions may be the cause of symptoms and play a part in the clinical picture of salpingitis, any further...
International Congress of Open-Air Schools
The second International Congress of Open-Air Schools was opened by the presidential addresses of Dr. René Sand and General Director De Paeuw, and by the official greetings of Dr. Mola, president of the International...
Mottled enamel is a condition in which the enamel of the teeth appears a flat, opaque white, may be stained yellow, brown or black, and in addition may have a corroded surface. Histologically, mottled enamel may be distinguished by the absence of cementing substance between the enamel...
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